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Rock Hill is the largest city in York County, South Carolina and a satellite city of Charlotte, North Carolina. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 49,765. According to 2004 estimates the city has a population of 57,902. The city is included in the... (More Info and Source) Rock Hill Real Estate

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Police investigate hit-and-run on North Tryon Street

Police are looking for a driver after a hit-and-run Monday night on North Tryon Street and Arrowhead Drive.

The wreck caused a pick-up truck to flip on its side. There were injuries reported.

Watch Eyewitness News and return to this article for more information.

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Deputies: Thieves drill holes into cars’ tanks for gas

The Rowan County Sheriff's Office said it is investigating several instances where car owners reported their gas tanks were drilled into and fuel siphoned out.

A sheriff's office spokesperson told Eyewitness News that it has happened several times over the past couple months. Four vehicles have been drilled into since Thursday, according to records.

Many of the thefts have happened near the intersection of Mount Hope Church and Old Concord Roads.

Dawn Speagle said she realized her car had been hit Friday morning.

"I knew that it was drilled because it wasn't even like you took a screw driver and a hammer like a puncture mark," said Speagle. "It was a perfectly round circular hole."

Tanya Moser told Eyewitness News her fiancée realized their car had been targeted when he left to go hunting Friday.

"Drilled dry," she said. "They drilled two holes in it, one on each side and we had not a drop in that gas tank."

It's not clear if the tactic could lead to an explosion. However, investigators said the uptick in incidents is odd especially when gas prices are unusually low.

Investigators have not been able to gather any suspect descriptions from victims. Anyone with knowledge of the thefts is asked to contact the sheriff's office.

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Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:45:20 -0400

Charter may eliminate high school courses

This could be the last year teachers at Piedmont Community Charter School teach high school students.

Monday night parents, students and teachers gathered to make plans for next week's school board meeting. They're trying to stand up to board members who voted to get rid of the high school grades at the charter school.

The board's decision which was made because of enrollment, facilities and programs, according to the board president.

A survey showed parents wanted more athletics and arts, but they told Eyewitness News they did not want to lose the high school. Many believe that the enrollment issue can be fixed.

“They should be trying to address getting more students,” parent Debbie Hite said.

So the parents are trying to fight the decision, as well as many teachers.

“The students are worth the effort to really look at this decision and make sure it's the right thing to do,” teacher Susan Whitlock said. “And I don't think it is.”

The board meeting is on Oct. 28 in the auditorium at the elementary campus.

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Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:34:02 -0400

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